Archive for August, 2011
This week’s presentation: ALL THINGS SOUTHERN.
Your hosts Suzanne (N1SUZ) and Jim (KJ4WKD) will take you on a magical journey thru the Southern United States – everything from food to music and from moonshine to Nascar.
running time: 1:07:04
73 de Pete
A’hoy Matees & Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
This week’s presentation comes to us from the one & only Kathy (K6SUN) who brings us adventure on the high seas with her exposé: Expedition of the Kon-Tiki.
Kon-Tiki was the raft used by Norwegian explorer and writer Thor Heyerdahl in his 1947 expedition across the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian islands. It was named after the Inca sun god, Viracocha, for whom “Kon-Tiki” was said to be an old name. Kon-Tiki is also the name of Heyerdahl ‘s book and the Academy Award-winning documentary film chronicling his adventures.
running time: 1:57:56
73 de Pete
Sad announcementy from Richard, KB5JBV of Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast.
” Greetings to the Amateur Radio community and all my faithful listeners. It is with great sadness that we announce that Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast will offically end production as of August 9 2011. Due to personal reasons, monetary reasons and time constraints it is no longer possible for me to continue the show. This is as much of a disappointment to me as I am sure it will be to all of our listeners.”
“Since we started the show in 2007 we have met some really great people Ham and Podcaster alike. I am very pleased that the show was able to inspire a few really good radio operators to start there own podcast and add to the pool of audio information available to the amateur radio community. Because our number one goal has always been to pass on the knowledge or Elmer ALL our fellow Ham’s. I feel confident that the Elmering will continue with great shows out there like The Practical Amateur Radio podcast, ICQpodcast, and many others.”
“I would like to thank all the listeners without who’s input, feedback, and questions this show wouldn’t have been around this long. I would also like to thank those listeners that have contributed audio and articles to the podcast and website. We will be uploading all audio to the Internet Archive and will be looking for a place that will post any articles that we have. Lastly I would like to thank the listeners that have contributed to helping pay our hosting fees and helped us upgrade our equipment so we were able to do a show we could be proud of. Never forget that the listeners have always been the most important part of Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast.”
“Lastly, but certainly not least I would really like to thank Russ K5TUX who has helped me immeasurably in improving the sound of Resonant Frequency and has been invaluable in helping me make this show something I could be proud of. Bill KA9WKA The keeper of show notes who has helped me in more ways than I have room to list. Jerry KD0BIK who as a new ham inspired me and as a Podcaster has earned a huge amount of respect from me and has always offered encouragement when I really needed it. Most of all I would like to thank our most faithful fan Tim KI6BGE. Tim has been with us since very early on he has brought up show ideas, sent in audio, and if noting else has been our biggest supporter. Thanks Tim.”
“Resonant frequency has existed in some form since 1992 and will continue in some form in the future but until then all the episodes have been uploaded to the Internet Archive and you can find them at:” http://www.archive.org/details/ResonantFrequencyTheAmateurRadioPodcast
“I will be looking for a place to post articles. The videos will remain on YouTube.”
“Thank you my friends. It’s been a great ride. Remember to spread the good news of Amateur Radio. You are an Elmer if you have a license. See it, Do it, Teach it. ”
“Who knows, we may be back.”
’73 de Richard KB5JBV – Host of Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast ”
New Podcast Released! SouthCARS own Michael, KD0CDQ chats about his experiences in Joplin last Spring.
73 de Pete
Sorry for the unusually long delay.
Technical difficulties force us to make some temporary changes to this site.
However, FEAR NOT!
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73 de Pete